1. This program highlights the death of the author of a book that alleges that, among other things, George W. Bush had business connections with the family of Osama Bin Laden. (“Arkansas: Author of Book Dies” [AP]; New York Times; 7/21/2001; p. A10.)
2. J.H. Hatfield, the author of Fortunate Son: George W. Bush and The Making of an American President , died from what police reported as an apparent drug overdose. (Idem.) It is speculated that Hatfield may have been eliminated in order to further obscure the Bush/Bin Laden connection.
3. Discussing  the evidentiary tributaries connecting Bush Sr., Bush Jr., elements of the CIA, the Iran-Contra scandal, the oil business and the family of Osama Bin Laden. (“The Great Hunt” by Pino Buongiorno; Panorama; 1/25/2001; p. 83 and “Bush’s Faustian deal with the Taliban” by Robert Scheer; Los Angeles Times; 5/22/2001; p. A15.)
4. Next, the broadcast reviews the close connection between the Bin Laden family and king Ibn Saud, the founder of Saudi Arabia. (“Millionaire, Terrorist, Fugitive” by Robin Allen; Financial Times; 4/14–4/15200; p.10.)
5. Ibn Saud, in turn, was close to the Third Reich. (The Secret War Against the Jews: How Western Espionage Betrayed the Jewish People; Copyright 1994 [HC]; St. Martin’s Press; ISBN0-312–11057‑x; p, 21.) 
6. Ibn Saud was also close to Allen Dulles, who in turn was deeply involved with Third Reich industry and finance. (Idem.)
7. Dulles was also heavily involved with the Bush family’s Third Reich companies.
8. The program concludes by examining continuing links between the Bush family and the Saudi royal family and related petroleum interests. George Sr. has been involved with the royal family through the Carlyle Group investment firm. (“Elder Bush in Big G.O.P. Cast Tolling for Top Equity Firm” by Leslie Wayne; New York Times; 7/21/2001; pp. A1-A14.)
9. The elder Bush has recently been in contact with the Saudi royal family on his son’s behalf, discussing his son’s Middle East policy. (“Bush’s Father Contacts Saudis on Son’s Behalf” by Jane Perlez; San Francisco Chronicle; 7/15/2001; p. A5.)